unpublicized

adjective
un·pub·li·cized | \ˌən-ˈpə-blə-ˌsīzd \

Definition of unpublicized 

: not brought to the public's attention : not publicized an unpublicized appearance/event

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Since then, they have been housed at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston: unnoticed, unpublicized — and perhaps off-limits. Jennifer Schuessler, New York Times, "Jacqueline Kennedy’s Notes for Dallas Are Found, Starting a Quiet Tug of War," 2 July 2018 Seven years into being a band, pop-rock fivesome Real Friends faced perhaps their most trying year in 2017 when frontman Dan Lambton's bipolar disorder worsened and caused the band to go on an unpublicized hiatus. Taylor Weatherby, Billboard, "Real Friends Announce New Album 'Composure,' Premiere Emotive Single 'Smiling On The Surface'," 18 June 2018 There were other, unpublicized run-ins that people close to Lynch characterize as profiling. Robert Klemko, SI.com, "A Marshawn Kind of Way," 9 Dec. 2014 That leads to another unpublicized reality: limited access to cheap cars that are reliable. Steve Lang, Car and Driver, "Cash-Strapped Shoppers Enter the Used-Car Market on the Losing End," 12 Mar. 2018 At a previously unpublicized hearing in January, Block accepted five years of probation and agreed to pay $14,872 for the cost of the police investigation. David Ovalle, miamiherald, "In battle with animal rights activists, he sent letter filled with white powder. To himself. | Miami Herald," 9 Mar. 2018 The map of Afghanistan appears as a spiderweb of lines connecting bases, showing supply routes, as does northeast Syria, where the United States maintains a network of mostly unpublicized bases. Author: Liz Sly, Anchorage Daily News, "US soldiers are revealing sensitive and dangerous information by jogging," 29 Jan. 2018 The map of Afghanistan appears as a spiderweb of lines connecting bases, showing supply routes, as does northeast Syria, where the United States maintains a network of mostly unpublicized bases. idahostatesman, "US soldiers are revealing sensitive and dangerous information just by jogging," 29 Jan. 2018 The map of Afghanistan appears as a spiderweb of lines connecting bases, showing supply routes, as does northeast Syria, where the United States maintains a network of mostly unpublicized bases. Author: Liz Sly, Anchorage Daily News, "US soldiers are revealing sensitive and dangerous information by jogging," 29 Jan. 2018

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1855, in the meaning defined above

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